More, more, more classics from Billy Idol, Social D, New Order and the Beastie Boys, Noel Gallagher of Oasis with The Chemical Brothers, plus a refresher course in popularity from Nada Surf round out this set of 80s and 90s tunes.
The Smiths, Beck and Local H lead this set of retro goods along with The Pixies, Letters To Cleo and The Stone Roses. Plus, a cool cover from Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged set recorded 25 years ago (11/18/93)
The Cure, Siouxsie And The Banshees, Ministry, Oingo Boingo and Bow Wow Wow plus Bela Legosi’s Dead from Bauhaus and a sweet duet from Mr. Pop and Ms. Pierson make this Halloween flavored set extra festive.
A solid set spotlighting songs from Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame nominees Radiohead, Rage Against The Machine, The Cure, Devo and Roxy Music, plus album anniversaries from Green Day, The Lemonheads and Cake!
Oasis, Jane’s Addiction and The Smiths lead this marathon morning set along with pace keepers from Rancid, New Order and the letters XTC, R.E.M and O.M.D. Plus, it’s the 25th anniversary of Mazzy Star’s swoon along classic “Fade Into You”.
Depeche Mode, Social D and Green Day along with one-hit wonders (Kajagoogoo, Len) and music from the Empire Records soundtrack (The The, Edwyn Collins) round out this set of Devo dome hat approved 80s and 90s tunes!
Leading with a track from Nirvana’s “Nevermind” released 27 years ago, UK imports (Oasis, The English Beat, James), solid ska horns (Goldfinger, Less Than Jake) and a classic shredder from Hum make up this set of retro goods.
More Riot Fest bands (Weezer, Bad Religion, Johnny Marr of The Smiths) along with cool UK bands (Catherine Wheel, Blur and Supergrass) and the retro “poof mullets” of A Flock Of Seagulls complete this set of 80s and 90s goods.
A retro set with some artists playing Riot Fest next weekend (Beck, Gary Numan, Killing Joke), a catchy accordion tune released 30 years ago (Peek-A-Boo) and one of Eddie Vedder’s favorite non-Pearl Jam songs (Buffalo Tom).
A Labor Day weekend 80s and 90s set complete with tunes from 2 albums released 24 years ago, a visit from one of Bono’s on-stage personas from the Zoo TV tour and the mezmerizing vocals of Polly Jean Harvey.
“You’ll never look at music the same way again” said VJ Mark Goodman when MTV launched 37 years ago this week (8.1.81) with videos from The Buggles, Split Enz, The Pretenders, Talking Heads and The Vapors.
Music from the bands who played the first Lollapalooza 27 years ago (Jane’s Addiction, Nine Inch Nails, Violent Femmes, Siouxsie And The Banshees) plus a proper nod to Hello Nasty for this set of classic 80s and 90s tunes.